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Place of panretinal photocoagulation and trabeculectomy in the management of neovascular glaucoma.
  1. D W Flanagan and
  2. R K Blach


    Established neovascular glaucoma in the presence of clear media can be treated by panphotocoagulation followed by drainage surgery. Three cases are described, and the advantages of this procedure as opposed to others available are discussed. Photocoagulation must be performed early before the development of opaque ocular media obscures the retina.

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